The third and final exhibition of the Society’s remarkable collection of Jefferson’s materials focuses on his life-long quest to preserve Indian languages, now a mission of the Society. You’ll see amazing maps of Indian villages in the local vicinity, view an early 19th Century spreadsheet, and follow the linguistic interest in native peoples through two centuries of cultural oppression and ultimate renewal. A guided tour, lecture, and reception.
Lunch and learn on Tuesday, February 25 at the Chemical Heritage Foundation: A Scientific Bubble: Cancer Viruses and the Acceleration of Biomedical Research by Robin Wolfe Scheffler, recipient of a research internship sponsored by… Continue reading
Tuesday February 18, 2014 6:00 pm at Café L’aube 222 W. Rittenhouse Sq. (approx. 1954 Locust St.) Off Rittenhouse Park 215-772-3051 For more info contact: Celeste Mann, email@example.com Let me know if you… Continue reading
Join us for an evening with Yale’s own Redhot & Blue for an evening of Jazz a cappella. – RSVP Here! –
COME CHEER ON OUR ELIS! Yale – Penn Football Game & Tailgate October 26th 2013 Tailgate 11 AM / Game 1PM Yale football is coming to us this year, so it’s a great… Continue reading
Watch the national ice hockey champions skate against Princeton’s Tigers Friday, November 8 @ 7:00PM at the Baker Rink in Princeton, NJ. For pre-game snacks and libations, we’ll gather at TGIFridays 3535 Princeton Rd. (609) 520-0378 starting… Continue reading
Rediscovering the Rodin Museum Saturday September 21 Visit and lecture by curator, Jennifer Thompson at 3pm followed by a reception at the Rose Tattoo Cafe from 4:30-6pm Explore one of the world’s most… Continue reading
Despite the initial grey skies, little rain fell so about fifteen volunteers were able to plant flowers contributed for this purpose around the trees and open spaces in the sidewalk bordering the… Continue reading